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Rainbow Storytime

Rainbow Storytime


Saturday 13 February, 10.30AM - 11AM ~ Onehunga Community Centre
Saturday 27 February, 10.30AM - 11AM ~ Ellen Melville Centre
Saturday 27 February, 10:30AM - 11AM ~ Te Atatū Peninsula Library
Monday 1 March, 10:30AM - 11AM ~ New Lynn Library

Onehunga Community Centre  83 Church Street, Onehunga
Free Event
Cancelled

Celebrate our Rainbow Families with a special storytime as part of the Proud Centres Festival! This special storytime event will be presented by the fabulous Drag Queen Miss Trinity Ice/Medulla.

These Rainbow Storytime events help to teach children about acceptance with themes of family, love and friendship, being different and belonging, being unique and accepted and are for children, families and anyone who likes a good story!

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Onehunga Community Centre 13 February

Ellen Melville Centre 27 February

Te Atatū Peninsula Library 27 February

New Lynn Library 1 March

This activity is part of Proud Centres – Auckland Council initiative supporting the 2021 Auckland Pride Festival by transforming arts, community and events venues into Proud Centres and hosting a series of over 150 FREE diverse, inclusive events across Tāmaki Makaurau.

Ticketing info
Events are FREE, please note that registrations are essential for contact tracing
Covid-19 Information

Due to the announcement that Auckland moved to Alert Level Three on the 27th, this event has been cancelled. Festival COVID-19 Information ›



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